It is the pruning season and I haven't really done any of the trees or fruit bushes.
I did have a quick go at cleaning 2 rosemary plants though.
First was the largest bush I have. It looked in a great condition but I thought it could do with getting rid of some of the interior branches to allow better airflow and strengthening of the main branches.
I removed all the weak and intersecting growth including the leaves on the bottom branches.
Next was a younger plant I was growing in a trident shape.
I did not really like the way it was looking so I got rid of the side branches and I will keep cutting the sides to create a thick trunk and obtain a mini pine tree effect.
All the cut branches were washed, salted and then dried.
I then blitzed them and got a really flavoursome rosemary powder that smells amazingly and is really good for stews and other dishes.